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Updated by Mel Selwood on Dec 08, 2013
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Should you buy a DSLR or a Compact?

If you're shopping for a new digital camera one of the biggest decisions to make is whether to go for a digital SLR or a compact / superzoom model. Each has distinct pros and cons so it's important to understand both the benefits and downsides in order to buy the right camera for your kind of photography.

Compact system cameras explained - DSLR reviews - Photography - Which? Technology

Compact system cameras (CSCs) offer users the kind of high-quality photos that were once the preserve of DSLRs, but in a lighter, more portable package. CSC cameras from different manufacturers use different systems, so it's worth considering the benefits of each and how they compare to DSLRs.

Compact vs. Digital SLR Cameras

Choosing between a compact (or "point and shoot") and a digital SLR camera is often the first big purchasing decision when starting out with photography. Not only is it potentially a big financial decision, but it may also determine what kinds of shots you'll be capable of capturing.

CSC vs DSLR: their differences defined

The rise of compact system cameras and the image quality they are now capable of producing has led many of us to weigh up the pros and cons of a CSC vs DSLR when making our next camera purchase. But what exactly is the difference between a CSC vs DSLR apart from the size?